Brave at Night and publisher No More Robots has announced that their medieval kingdom management RPG sim, Yes, Your Grace, is coming to the Xbox Game Pass. Starting on Thursday, December 3, Yes, Your Grace along with several other games will be appearing on the Xbox Game Pass.
Players who own the Xbox Game Pass, can play Yes, Your Grace once it is available by downloading it from the store. Everyone else can purchase the Xbox Game Pass which features over a 100 other game titles for a monthly fee. The game will also be available on the Xbox PC Game Pass.
For those unfamiliar with this pixel art medieval strategic RPG here is a quick run down of gameplay. The game heavily focuses on kingdom management. Players become the King of the land and must deal with all of the inherent royal duties. From listening to villagers and their issues to defending the kingdom from monsters there are plenty of tasks that keep the crown busy. Plus there are these pesky other royals with their petty personal problems that need tending.
Generals, witches, and hunters can be employed to help with and spread out the workload. One will also need to focus on keeping the other lords and kings happy too or face the consequences. In the end, all of the quirky characters have their stories with their fates being determined by the king’s actions.
Yes, Your Grace is available for PC on Steam and Nintendo Switch and Xbox One consoles at the price of $19.99 USD. The Yes, Your Grace Soundtrack, priced at $9.99 USD, is also available on Steam. For more information about Yes, Your Grace visit the developer’s website at braveatnight.co.uk.
Brave at Night (@BraveAtNight Twitter) is a small indie game development studio based in the United Kingdom. The studio is ran by Rafal Bryks who is a writer, programmer, artist, and designer. Currently the studio employs five hardworking team members.
No More Robots (@nomorerobotshq Twitter) is a video game publisher that is the brainchild of industry veteran Mike Rose. The United Kingdom based company is a data-driven publishing label that utilizes wide-ranging video game sales figures and statistics to pin down what makes a game sell.